Denver Broncos

1st AFC West (12-4-0)

Founded: 1960

Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile High

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  • Von better than Watt?

    Appearing on "NFL Total Access," Broncos cornerback Chris Harris stumped for Von Miller to become the NFL's highest-paid defensive player. Should Miller be paid more than J.J. Watt?
  • Magic begs Peyton to play in L.A.

    Many believe Peyton Manning will announce his retirement shortly. Magic Johnson not only doesn't want to see that, he wants to see the future Hall of Famer quarterbacking his favorite team next season.
  • Eli explains his joyless demeanor late in SB50

    It was the question half the internet was asking in the moments following the Broncos' game-clinching touchdown in Super Bowl 50: What's up with Eli?
  • Elway on Miller: Goal always to get long-term deal

    Two days after Von Miller authored one of the most dominant defensive performances in Super Bowl history, John Elway was discussing the plan to keep the star outside linebacker in Denver for the long haul.
  • Ware: Manning 'still has a little bit in the tank'

    Peyton Manning is expected to retire, but pass rusher DeMarcus Ware believes if the quarterback wants to continue playing he "still has a little bit in the tank."
  • SB50 most-watched program in TV history

    CBS's broadcast of Super Bowl 50 is the most-watched television program in history. The news should surprise no one considering the immense hype leading up to the matchup.
  • Ward slams Panthers for pregame trash talk

    The Denver Broncos didn't trash talk prior to Super Bowl 50, but they spoke up after shutting down the Carolina Panthers. Safety T.J. Ward called out Panthers players for their brashness.
  • Brandon Marshall: Panthers 'did everything that we saw on film'

    The Denver Broncos held the Carolina Panthers to a season-low ten points in Super Bowl 50. How did they do it? The World Champions shared their strategy.
  • Cam Newton's antics in loss fuel criticism

    Cam Newton was NFL's MVP this season, but his behavior during (and after) the Carolina Panthers' Super Bowl 50 loss to the Denver Broncos provides his critics with fresh ammo, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
  • Broncos' championship parade will be held Tuesday

    The Denver Broncos will celebrate their victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 with a parade and rally on Tuesday in Denver.
  • Peyton Manning earns $2 million bonus for winning Super Bowl

    The rich get richer. Peyton Manning earned the $2 million bonus in his contract, effectively negating the offseason reduction in pay for the Broncos' quarterback.
  • Will Super Bowl 50 rematch kick off 2016 season?

    The Denver Broncos kick off the 2016 season at home. Could a rematch of Super Bowl 50 vs. the Carolina Panthers open the NFL season? Or might the NFL put Tom Brady's Patriots in Denver?
Draft 2016 more
Pick Player
Rd 1, Pick 31 (31)  
Scoreboard more
Levi's Stadium - Wk 22 1 2 3 4 T
Carolina Panthers 0 7 0 3 10
Denver Broncos 10 3 3 8 24
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
15 Sun, Dec 20 @ Pittsburgh 27-34   L
16 Mon, Dec 28 Cincinnati 20-17   W
17 Sun, Jan 03 San Diego 27-20   W
DIV Sun, Jan 17 Pittsburgh 23-16   W
CONF Sun, Jan 24 New England 20-18   W
SB Sun, Feb 07 Carolina 24-10   W
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
No Injuries Reported
Postseason Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Peyton Manning 92 51 539 2
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
C.J. Anderson 54 234 4.3 2
Ronnie Hillman 32 54 1.7 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Emmanuel Sanders 16 230 14.4 0
Owen Daniels 5 61 12.2 2
Demaryius Thomas 7 60 8.6 0
C.J. Anderson 9 39 4.3 0
Transactions more
Date Transaction
2/10 Kapri Bibbs (RB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
2/10 Jordan Taylor (WR) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
2/10 Nick Kasa (TE) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
2/10 Zaire Anderson (LB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
AFC West more
Team W L T Win %
Denver 12 4 0 .750
Kansas City 11 5 0 .688
Oakland 7 9 0 .438
San Diego 4 12 0 .250

Head Coach more

Gary Kubiak

Regular Season: 73-68

Postseason: 5-2

Experience: 8

Career record: 78-70

Pro Career: Gary Kubiak became the 15th head coach in Denver Broncos history on Jan. 18, 2015. He had spent 2014 season as offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens.

Kubiak was head coach of the Houston Texans from 2006 through 2013, compiling a record of 61-64 (63-66 including playoff games). He guided the Texans the franchise's only AFC South division titles and playoff appearances. The Texans earned the AFC South crown in 2011 and 2012, and advanced to the AFC divisional playoff round during both seasons.

Prior to arriving in Houston, Kubiak served as Denver's offensive coordinator for 11 seasons, helping guide the Broncos to back-to-back World Championships in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII and three AFC West Division titles.

Kubiak tutored Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway from 1995-98 and oversaw the most dominant rushing attack in the NFL. In 1998, running back Terrell Davis was named NFL Most Valuable Player after becoming the fourth player in league history to rush for over 2,000 yards.

In Kubiak's 11 years in Denver, the Broncos had 28 Pro Bowl players on the offensive side of the ball.

Kubiak began his coaching career in 1992 at his alma mater, Texas A&M, as running backs coach. There he guided Greg Hill to second-team All-America honors in 1993.

Kubiak started his NFL coaching career with the San Francisco 49ers as the quarterbacks coach. In his lone season in San Francisco, he guided Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young to league MVP honors. Under Kubiak's tutelage, Young posted an NFL-record 112.8 quarterback rating and was named MVP of Super Bowl XXIX after tossing a Super Bowl-record six touchdown passes.

Background: Kubiak starred at quarterback for Texas A&M from 1979-1982, earning all-Southwest Conference honors as a senior. He played for the Broncos from 1983-1991 as the backup to Elway. Kubiak played in 119 games during his career and tossed 14 touchdowns in that span. During his time as a player in the Mile High City, he was a part of three teams that reached the Super Bowl.

Personal: Born August 15, 1961 in Houston. He and his wife, Rhonda, have three sons—Klint, Klay and Klein.


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